A pint of beer may be your drink of choice wherever you are in the world, but this doesn’t mean prices will be the same at every destination.
Depending on where you go, the cost of beer can be ridiculously cheap, but in others places it can be a little higher than expected. These are the prices of a bottle of beer in 10 destinations around the globe, according to Expensivity. Prices are based on the average price of a 330ml bottle of beer.
Pretoria was found to offer one of the cheapest prices for a beer, at just £1.19.
Kyiv was found to be the second cheapest, coming in at £1.25 per beer.
The Argentinian city of Buenos Aires followed closely behind, at £1.26.
The city of Prague is known for its high-quality, but low-cost beer, coming in at £1.77.
Meanwhile, the capital city of London was found to cost more for a beer, with a bottle priced at around £4.24.
Edinburgh came in slightly lower, at £2.97.
A beer in Cardiff was found to cost £2.88.
The French capital is quite pricey when it comes to beer, charging around 4.54 for a bottle.
Elsewhere, the Italian capital city of Rome charges around £4.14 for a beer.
In the US, Washington DC was found to charge £3.37 for beer.